Clear The Rushes
Every spring, large globs of rushes (floating dead cattails and other dead weeds) wind up in front of our families cabin. Some years, these giant globs of dead weeds move on the other beaches, other years, they just stay put, and must be cleared. If politics could be represented as a lake, the ‘rushes’, all the floating globs of weeds, have made their way to | Read More »
TSA boss: Go screw yourselves America. Change isn’t changing.
WASHINGTON (AP) – The head of the Transportation Security Administration on Sunday acknowledged that new full-body scanners and thorough pat-downs can be invasive and uncomfortable, but he said that the need to stay a step ahead of terrorists rules out changes in airport screening procedures. John Pistole told CNN’s ‘State of the Union’ that, despite the public uproar over new screening techniques, “we are not | Read More »
The Second Amendment, The United Nations And You.
The latest release from The National Rifle Association’s Institute For Legislative Action: The Biennial Meeting Of States, And The Arms Trade Treaty. www.nraila.org/Legislation/Federal/Read.aspx?id=5900 Two major meetings, possibly affecting American gun owners’ rights, will occur at the United Nations (UN) in New York over the next several weeks. They are the Fourth Biennial Meeting of States to Consider the Implementation of the Programme of Action to | Read More »
Marine Vet. David Hedrick for Congress – Washington 3rd District
In August, a Marine Corp. veteran living in Washington loudly expressed his displeasure with his Congressman’s approval of a measure which threatens to impose the will of immoral bureaucrats upon his children. I swear to defend my constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. Now I heard you say tonight about educating our children, indoctrinating our children, whatever you want to call it. Stay away | Read More »
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, 2nd Amendment
, 3rd district
, brian baird
, constitutional conservative
, David Hedrick
, Gun Rights
, Health Care
, individual rights
, Limited Government
, town hall
You can’t have it both ways.
The idea that when government steps in to protect you from yourself it is repugnant and overstepping its boundaries doesn’t fit with support for government intervention in other individuals lives. One of governments roles is to protect us from others. That is valid and useful. But when government forces itself and its rules on an individuals right to live freely it is not useful and, | Read More »